Edge Case's vision for their nLoop product is ambitious: to provide live safety cases, backed by evidence, to help our customers to define, measure, and communicate the safety of their autonomous system.
Blueprint Title, an insurtech startup working in the title insurance space, announced this morning that it closed a $16 million Series B. The new round was led by Forté Ventures. The startup previously raised an $8.5 million Series A in the final weeks of 2019.
Liberty Mutual Sponsors Visible Hands, Helping Underrepresented Founders Build Venture-backable Startups
Notably, Massachusetts-based Liberty Mutual Insurance joins the cause as a Presenting Sponsor of Visible Hands’ fellowship program through the highest-level commitment of $750,000 over three years.
Roadster, the Palo Alto-based digital platform that gives dealers tools to sell new and used vehicles online has been acquired for $360 million by retail automotive technology company CDK Global Inc.
Super — which has built a business providing repair and maintenance for electrical and mechanical systems, appliances and plumbing by way of a monthly subscription — has closed a growth round of $50 million.
LeaseLock today announced the closing of a $52 million Series B financing that will expand its industry-leading lease insurance product into the first AI-powered financial technology platform for enterprise real estate.
LeaseLock continues to strengthen its deposit replacement leadership position by securing preferred national vendor contracts with the industry’s largest apartment portfolios.
An industry milestone: Karamba signed agreements to secure 12 million connected devices. Displaying unaffected-by-the-pandemic growth with an increase of 11 million devices from the one million milestone, announced in January 2020.
As part of an asset deal, Edge Case has integrated the team from TerraLoupe GmbH, a Munich-based deep tech startup. Edge Case began collaborating with TerraLoupe in 2019 and quickly recognized that merging the expertise in deep learning and established knowledge in automotive applications was a win-win for both companies.
Turo raised an additional $30 million in a second round of its $250 million Series E, bringing total funding to $500 million. The second round adds Manhattan Venture Partners and Allen & Co as investors in the company.